Selected Disorders of the Ear, Nose, and Throat

  • R. Whit CurryJr.
  • Karen L. Hall
  • Cynthia Hermsdorfer
  • John E. Perchalski

Abstract

Tinnitus is the sensation of sound heard in the head or ears not due to external stimuli. It is a symptom found in 37 million Americans; 95% of the normal population, if placed in a quiet environment, experience tinnitus.1,2

Keywords

Hearing Loss Salivary Gland Foreign Body Vocal Cord Tympanic Membrane 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Whit CurryJr.
  • Karen L. Hall
  • Cynthia Hermsdorfer
  • John E. Perchalski

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